Danielle Kraese is a writer, editor, and freelance dog petter. Her humor writing has been published by The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, Reductress, The Belladonna, Points in Case, Slackjaw, and Weekly Humorist. Her unfunny writing can be found in a whole bunch of other places.
Her co-written feminist joke book, Jokes To Offend Men, is coming 10/25 from Andrews McMeel Publishing—inspired by the McSweeney’s piece Jokes I’ve Told That My Male Colleagues Didn’t Like. (Her mom thinks you should pre-order it.)
Danielle studied journalism at a top party school and had a great time. After graduating, she worked a dozen character-building jobs before spending several years in book publishing. During that time, she was surprised by how many of her doctors tried to push their manuscripts on her mid-exam (it was two, but that’s two too many when you’re in a paper robe). Now, she’s a commerce editor at BDG and can tell you everything you never wanted to know about socks, sheets, and meat thermometers.